By Tina Solis. Dog Coats. Published at Monday, July 02nd, 2018 - 06:16:01 AM.
Something Popular Could Be The Right Answer - Of course like all things and types of pets there are some breeds which always stand out. One is the Maltese. This is easily one of the popular small dog breeds because of its cuteness and also its gentle nature with young children. While this breed is known for its gorgeous white coat it will need grooming regularly. Another excellent choice is the Pug. With wrinkles that will make anyone fall in love these little guys make a great lap dog that won’t require much exercise. You will want to keep them protected from very high temperatures though. Now you know the basics for getting started with the small dog breeds. With a little patience, thinking, and reading up on your different options it won’t be hard to find a tiny pooch just for you!
Doberman Pinschers - If you are looking for a dog that is loyal and protective then the Doberman Pinscher is the dog for you. This breed calls for minimal brushing and bathing. Oral hygiene on the other hand is of the utmost importance. If there is more than one family member in a household the Doberman may bond with one family member more so than every one else.
The two main types of training are behavioral and obedience. Behavioral training is used to prevent and correct bad habits that your puppy or dog have or learning right now. There are many habits like jumping, car chasing, begging, climbing on furniture, and chewing that you may want to prevent from your dog to do. The most important to remember is you should be consistent during the process. For example, don’t let your puppy climb on the couch, otherwise you will have a full grown dog siting on the couch with you. This will confuse the dog, what will cause more problems in the further. If you will put the time to learn the dog’s natural behavior and satisfying the dogs natural instincts in addition to proper exercise will help you to communicate with your dog and this can make the difference between success and failure in training your dog.
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